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: gay marriage is now legal in places like new york, massachusetts, california, you know, the gay states. [laughter] but how long until the rest of the nation sees the light? al filed this report. >> state after state is racing to legalize gay marriage but the real question is not who will be next it's who will be last? statistician nate silver. states probably the slowest to move towards legalization are mostly in the south, what we call the deep south, in particular alabama and mississippi are maybe the last two. >> when you went to mississippi, what do you find? >> benoit to mississippi. >> what about alabama? you went to alabama? >> i'm not been to alabama. >> and you call yourself a stat tissation. >> think it's interesting to add color to a story. >> of course, alabama and mississippi. so who is it going to be? cletus or betus. it was time to see which one of these backwoods inbred, homophobic states will swim against the tide of history longest. we'll see who has the intolerance edge. from the state with segregated sore roarities alabama lawyer doug jones. >> with regard to same-s
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